Ipeggio is your instant stylemaker, your Style, you Play it and Ipeggio takes your Patterns and let's you fill it with your ChordsDesigned by Arpeggio55, Ships from Netherlands
What is it, this Ipeggio An Arduino Mega filled with code, see Default and preferences note underneat. A Midi-shield ...Read More…
All of this is completely assembled, you only have to attach the included wires. You will need an usb-cable (not included) or a 9 volt adaptor (not included) to power the Mega-board, the Mega will power the other 2 boards.
Ipeggio is a pattern-Arpeggiator and runs on time (midi-clock or Arduino-time) and let's you play in your Patterns and store them.
Play in drum-, bass- and accompaniment- patterns, store a bunch of them and after that recall them on the fly and let the patterns follow your chords.
So Ipeggio plays the chords over the patterns you played in earlier. Use a multi-timbral synth or keyboard or several seperate synths or keyboards to play in and listen to your own pattern-player that follows the chords.
Ipeggio has two Midi-in ports, one for playing in the patterns and one for storing/recalling the patterns. The Midi-out port(s) plays the patterns to the several Midi-channels, to the synth(s). I can even make a variant for specific needs and setups, say more Midi-in and out ports or use and include other hardware, for example a Nunchuck that controlles the depth and speaking-rate of a robot-voice(Robotto of Speakjet) that speaks the "one, two, three, four" count-off, and many, many more is possible.
Ipeggio is an Arduino Mega, a Midi-shield and a Midi-board. Inside the Mega sits a code (see Github-link for a look inside a demo piece of code) that does all the magic. Handle your playing, spitting out your patterns on your chords, your Music On The Fly.
By default Ipeggio runs on
Store Patterns = ch 10, Recalling Patterns = ch 11 and Pattern-Order = ch 12 all noteNumber 36, 37, 38, 39 etc, etc.
If you want this preferences to be changed please let me know
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I like and use arpeggiators/sequencers a lot. I have had a lot of different
auto-accompaniment keyboards. Since years i am building/modifying them
myself in max/MSP, pure-data and for the Arduino-platform. This sequarp,
(a combination of sequencer (make patterns) and Arpeggiator (follow the chords))
the Ipeggio, is my musical crown I like to share.